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Westminster Church Memorial, which
1b a lusmorial of the C B. church fam
ily, the father and son haing erected
and si en the fine buildings now In use
to the congreeatlon. Is planning to cele
brate the dxtleth anniversary of the
organization of the church early in the
month of June. Two pastors hae
served this church for forty-five years,
the Rev. Dr. E. F. Blttlngcr. who
though retired from active sin tee and
In. his eishty-nlnth year. Is still igorous
and a rcgjlar attendant at the services
of the church. Dr.-Blttlnsr was pas
tor for thirty-six years. The present
pastor. Rev. T. E. Davis, who is also
ttated clerk of the Presbytery of Wash
' lngton City, Is In the ninth year of his
The Preabtyery of Washington City
has under lis care thirty-six churches,
with a membership uf oer 10,'JOO. and
over 8,000 children In the Sunday schools.
The -value of all the church propenty
te over JLOOO.000 Last year the churches
raised 150,000 for self-support ani con
tributed In addition the sum of 33000
for outside benevolent work.
First Presbyterian Church, in John
Marshall place, will have an "Evening
-with the Choir" March 2. at 7:45 p. m.
with ah entertaining program as fol
"Ave Maria" Schubert
L,Anthem. "Send" Out Thy Light"
I . - saint-Saens
Anthem, "Ave Maria".. ..Bach-Gounod
solo Mrs. Roberts. I
kntrAJtn Knln "Rllt ! T-Awt lm I
V Mindful of His Own"...Mendelssohn Sunday night In, the Centennial Bap
A Mrs. Beckham. J tlst Church. Eighth and I streets
Offertory, "Largo" .Handel northeast. In the morning- the subject
-Organ. "On the Coast" Dudlev Rnrir
Anthem. "Light of Lights" Stebbins
Quartet Soprano. Mrs. L. A. Roberts;
contralto,. Mrs. M. A. Beckham; tenor.
. v oowie; oass, n. . it. Meiwig; or
SUist, Mrs. G. F. Schuft
A special musical service will be ren
deren Sunday evening at the Eastern
Presbyterian Church, under the direc
tion of Mr. Edwin Callow. The follow
ing will constitute a double quartet,
which, assisted by Miss Olive Budd.
vlollnlste, will give several special num
bers: Miss Viola Shlppert and Mrs.
Edwin Callow, sopranos; Mrs. Jesse C.
Kester and Mrs. Eleanor Spencer, altos;
Mr. Phillip Lee Scantling .and Mr. Hor
ktc Ward, tenors: Mr. Walter T. Mat
ison and Mr. Edwin Callow, .bassos.
Miss Nellie JLrSacrey will preside at
'the organ. Among-the special numbers
j-wlll be an anthem, -BarUetf s "The Day
la Ended," with an alto, solo by Mrs.
iKester and Tiolin" '"obligator by Miss
C3udd: a soprano solo sung as the offer
wry. Campion's "The Ninety and Nine."
Av Miss Shlppert; an anthem, "The -Day
)te Past and Over." by Marks, with In
cidental solos by Miss Shlppert and Mr.
Scantling; ard a. duet. "Now We Are
Ambassadors." from the oratorio "St.
iJ5iuL" by Mendelssohn, sung by Mr.
Scantling and; Mr. Callow: At the morn
1Rtg service Mr. Callow will sing aa a.
hass solo "Lord God of Abraham." from
iSfeadelssohn's "Elijah." Mr. Edgar R.
8. Embrey will be the tenor soloist at
the morning service. The pastor of the
church. Rev. Alfred E. Barrows, will
jireach at both morning and evening
Honorable Richmond P. Hobson.
member of Congress from. Alabama,
and. popularly known aa the "Hero
oi xxie -aierriraac, -. win nuuress iut?
Men's Bible Class of the Eastern
Presbyterian Sunday school at the ree-
I. war clai.3 hour Sunday morning. This
cjais neia a largely attendee ana suc
cessful banquet during the past week.
completing a month s campaign lor
Increased attendance and larcer In
The law of sacrifice is the law of
life evolution of the universe. By an
act of self-sacrifice God became mani
fest for the emanation and mainten
ance of the universe. By sacrifice
reaches perfection. Some of the
profotrndest truths of occultism are
'nraiea in me law or sacrifice. The
very,general mistake Is that sacrifice
Is an essentially Dalnful thine: where
as -the very essence of sacrifice la a
voluntary and Klad pouring forth cf
life that others may share it. Pain
onljr arises when there Is discord in
the nature of the sacriflcer between
the life whose Joy is in gHInt; and
the form whose satisfaction lies In
grasping. Spirit Is the active divine
life in every form and manifests itself
In giving. The essential activity of
matter (form) lies In receiving life
Impulses; thus it is maintained, with
draw life and the form diilntegratej
Thus the Idea arose of suffering from
sacrifice, for man, blinded bv form.
Identifies himself wiUi it, and feels
the struggle of the form for existence.
Not until man identifies himself with
the life Instead of with the form will
he be rid of the element of pain. In
a perfectly harmonized entity pain
cannot be, for then the form Is the
perfect vehicle of life, which is con
stantly pouring Itself out to take
birth In a higher form. Knowledge
of the law of sacrifice would show it
as efnlnently practical In dailv life.
Man should begin every day with an
act of sacrifice; offering and dedicating-
himself to the God who :jave him
Pastor J. L. McElhany. president of
the District' of Columbia conference, re
turned lo Washington last Wednesday,
after spending ten days In Ohio at
tending the annual meeting of the Mt.
Vernon College board of trustees.
Mr. A. J. Bristol. who represented the
District of Columbia Tract Society at
the recent Columbia. Union Bookman's
convention, at ML Vernon. Ohio, return
ed to Washington on Thursday. He was
accompanied by I. A. Ford, and A. J.
S. Bordeau. both of Washington, who
represented the publishing interests. A
number of Important actions bearing on
these lines of work were taken.
Pastor J. L. McElhany will continue
his Sunday evening lectures at the. Me
morial Church by glvlnc- a stereoptlcon
lecture on work in foreign mission
fields. Mrs. McElhany will sing an Il
-At the FJrst-Brethren Church. Twelfth
and E streets southeast the pastor. W.
M. Lyon, will have as his theme Sun
day morning. "Supernatural Healing,"
.and In' the evening, "An Open Heaven."
.The United Brethren Church. North
Capitol and R streets northwest will
be the mecca of the United Brethren
from the States attending the Inaugura
tion. The pastor will preach at the 11
a. ra. service on "The Just Man."' At the
7:30 p. m. service, the Rev. D. E. Long
Field, secretary for the Lebanon Valley
College, Annvllle, Pa., will preach on
"Cnnsuan jsaucauon,-- miss Florence
Ckrweod will slog at both services.
At the morning service of the Met
ropolitan Baptist Church. Sixth and
A streets northeast, the pastor, John
Compton Ball, v?ill give the hand of
fellowshln to thirty-sir new members.
'He will also preach a sermon appro
priate to the occasion on "The Christian
and His Privilege." The Lord's Supper
will concluded the sen Ice. In the even
ing, at 7:43 o'clock, a number of recent
converts will be baptized. Special mu
sia will be rendered by the choir, and
the pastor will speak on "The Import
ant individual inauguration."
At the Grace Baptist Church. Ninth
and D strets southeast, there will be
a meeting for men at 3 o'clock, Sunday
afternoon. The Gospel Mission work
ers will be pre?nt and help the pastor
In this meeting. Special evanglistic
services besln In this church Sundav,
March 16. with the Berge sisters, sing
ins eangeltsts. helping the pastor.
Rev. John K. Briggs, pastor of the
Fifth Baptist Church, has returned
to the city and will be in his pulpit
at both hours Sunday. In the moaning-
he will preach on "Divine Heart
burn." after which he will administer
the Lord's Supper. At night the large
chorus choir, under the direction of
Prof. William J. Palmer, will render
a "Sir-vice of Sacred Song." Pastor
Briggs expects to be at all the ser
vices regularly from now on and will
also conduct the mid-week prayer
meetings. Subject next Thursday
evening. "The Inaugural Address of
the Prince of Peace."
-Why Washington Folks are Con-
trnTlart f" I X? Uat C-n, ..hta.t
Is "The Quest of Quietude." Last
Sunday several persons made applica
tion for membership. Mr. Swem's
original gospel songs are sung at all
the Sunday night services.
The First Baptist Church, Sixteenth
and O streets, extends a cordial wel
come to all strangers and friends In the
city to worship with them. The minis
ter, the Rev. W. W. McMaster, will
speak at 11 a. in. on "An Appeal to
Honor;" evening, "The Witness of
The musical features are especially
attractive, consisting of contralto solo,
MlssAugusta Hall, "I'm a pilgrim." by
Martin; soprano solo by one of the
best soloists in the city, selection, by
Dudley Buck: violin quartet Miss Wil
bur, Miss Allen. Miss LlndenkohC and
Prof. Josef Kaspar. "Andante reglloso,"
by Plus Kohler. Evening: Soprano solo,
"Oh. For A ClosenWalk With God." bv
Miles Foster; violin solo Miss Wilbur,
"Mediation," by Bach-Gounod; (by re
quest) "Largo." by HandcL
Central Union Reaches
Four more years have gone by, and
we are again making- preparations for
the inaugural, a ceremony which brings
thousands of people to" our city, -and In
arranging for accommodations for' these
thousands of vlsitors'our hotels, board
ing houses, private homes, and public
halls are taxed to their limit Places In
the business section are in such great
demand for the few days prior to .arid
following the inauguration that in many
Instances rentals are obtained which are
equal to the rental of the property for
several months, but this is allowable
when we understand that arranging for
these accommodations considerable ex
pense and temporary inconvenience is
experienced. The Central Union Mis
sion, the work and object of which or
ganization is the relief of cases of dis
tress among the poor and homeless, has
a large auditorium, dining room, work
rooms, and dormitories for feeding and
sheltering and giving employment and
spiritual comfort to these unfortunates.
xnia uuuuing having such extensive
floor bpace ana being centrally located
is in great demand by clubs, organiza
tions, and large bodies of troops upon
occasions like the present and tne man
agement are to be highly commended
tor refusing to rent out their building,
even thougn attractive offers have been
maue. '1ms stand Is especially praise
worthy at the present time when the
mlssion Is $300 In arrears for current
expenses, and are also making a spe
cial effort to clear off an indebtedness
of 30,u00 on their property, all of which
Is subscribed except ,000. With this
amount subscribed relieving them of the
annual interest charges the effectiveness
of their work would be largely in
creased. The amount they could hae rccehed
from the rental ot their building for the
coining week would have covered the
arrears in current espenscs and would
have givn them a substantial amount
to appl to the propel ty debt, but It
they had considered the matter from
the bublne&s point of view it would have
been necessary to close the doors for
that period to a large number of unfor
tunates and would have driven them
to beg or else to suffer from hunger or
It Is a condition of this kind that too
frequently drives some of them to deeds
of lawlessness, and any city is fortunate
to hae an organization of this kind to
care for this class of people. Many of
them who are not bad have arrived at
the dividing of the paths and through
desperation may be driven to crlm.
ii they can with a little of genuine
bjmpaihy and help be reclaimed and
started on the upward path. Tnis is the
Li M.M. ., I , I 1
from Ihp. rVntr.il llnn TI.lor. nhlfl.
docs this work in an unostentatious
manner and It Is for that reason that
so much of the good work they do is
never known abroad.
Had it not been that the management
have a thorough knowledge of the dis
tress conditions of the city, and that
they were sincere In their efforts for the
physical relief and spiritual uplift of
these people it would have been an easy
matter for them to liave rented their
building for the week at a figure that
would helped them materially.
The management of the mission have
pledges for ?:i.000 of their indebtedness,
tome of these being conditioned upon
their raising the remaining $9,000.
They have circulated an appeal for
contributions in such amounts as can
be given, nnd the results are encourag
ing but the sooner the entire amount is
subscribed the sooner they can Increase,
the effceth encss of the organization,
nnd there could be no better indorse
ment of their decision not to let any
offers Irterfere with the object of their
efforts than by sending them such
fnounfs uf we cun afford, to assist a
class of work that is worth every dollar
w iii eobt
Checks should be made payable to
W. H. Ramsey. Treasurer, 623 Lou
isiana Ave, N. W.
The Rev. Julian K. Smyth, of New
York city, prebldent of the General Con
entlon of the New Church, delivers his
second and concluding lecture on
'What Is New in the' New Church?
on Sunday evening, at the New Church,
corner oi oixientn ano. Corcoran streets.
at 70 O'CIOCK.
By Rexford L. Holmes, president of
the District of Columbia Christian En
Topic for Sunday, March 2. "The Ideal
Christian. 1IL His Practical Servlce."-
Matt 5: 13-16. (Consecration meeting.)
The topic for this week . sounds Ihe
konote of Christian Endeovor service
Whereas the Bible school- Instructs the
boj-3 and girls and men and women with
regard to Biblical history and litera
ture and God's plan of salvation. Chris
tian Endeavor trains Its members for
active service in the Klngfiom of od. It
Is the great training school for the
church. Therefore, the topic "Practical
Rervlep romlnr as it does in "The
Ideal Christian" series, is entirely ap
nioDriate and welcome to the vast
hosts of Christian Endeavorers.
The question may occur to some:
Why serve at all? Is-not the omnipo
tent hand strong enough to guide the
destinies of his people without our fee
ble efforts to help? Shall we be so pre
sumptuous as to believe we can assist
the Almtnghty? Let us answer these
queries. Tankee fashion, by -propounding
another question: Ovr great Amer
ica is strong andjsafe. well protected by
a mighty army and a magnificent navy.
Why then need we be patriots? Shall
we not take In from our front porches
the stars and stripes and refuse to do
or dare any longer for our native land?
Of what possible value could we 'alone
be to our country In a time of need?
But we hide our faces in shame at the
thought It may be true that our land
will stand throughout all the ages, and
vlthout our aid, but shall we deprive
ourselves of tho glorious privilege of
helping our dear country -to stand,
strong and free, a haven for the op
pressed .of every clime Just so with
the heavenly kingdom. God may not
depend upon you or me literally for the
extension of His kingdom. .But just thl
same, we want to feel the Joy of serv
ice, to know that we have been co
partners, with God In the upbuilding of
the characters of men, in the further
ance of righteousness on the earth.
And we recognise, too, that under the
great nlan. it does seem to be "up to"
us whether or not certain things are ac
complished, od forbid that a soul should
fall to find its way Into the kingdom ot
heaven through any failure of ours to
serve. Again, a spirit of fairness would
render us unwilling to receive all of
God's manifold blessings and yet refuse
to serve Him In some humble -way.
Blessing In Service.
Godsrcalized the blessing to us of our
service of Him, for all through His
word are Injunctions to go and to serve.
and promises of blessing therefrom,
In "The Bible Marksman." Amos R.
Wells gives the following Biblical texts
having to do with service: Faithful
service. Josh. 23: 6; single-hearted serv
ice. Luke 16: 13; reasonable service,
Rom. 12: 1; humble service. Luke 22:
26, 27; zealous service. Col. 3: 23; poor
service punished. Deut 28: 47, '48; good
service rewarded. Matt. 25: 14, 23, and
the following texts to be linked with the
principal .ones: Ps 40: 8. John 9: 4.
1 Cor. 4:2. Tit 2: 9, 10. 8: J. Jos. 24: 14. 22.
Matt 6: 22, 1 Cor. 7: 23 Eph.,6: 5. 6. Col.
3: 22. Mai. 1: 8, Luke 17: 7-9. 1 Sam. 12:
24. Ps. 123:- 2, Matt' 6: 16. John 13: 1.
1 Cor. 9: 19, 1 Chron. 28: 9, Bed. 9: 10,
Eph, 6: 7, 2 Tim. 1: 6, Heb. 12: 12. Matt.
24: 45-51. 25: 24-30. I Kings 8: 23. 61, 2
Chron. 31: 21, I Cor. 15: -5S. Gal. 6: 9,
Eph. 6: 8, Col. 3: 24, Heb. 6: 11. 12, 12: .
The Great Example.
And what an example we have of constant-
efficient service, in the Master
himself! AH through his thirty-three busy
The return of the Rev. Joseph M. M.
Gray for another year as pastor of
Hamllne Methodist Episcopal Church,
Ninth and P streets northwest, has
been unanimously requested of Bishop
Earl, Cranston by the officials of the
church. The request was formally
made at the fourth auarterly confer
ence held last week, and presided over
by the Rev. W. L. McDowell, D. D
district superintendent A similar re
quest for the return of Dr. McDowell as
district superintendent was also formu
The following officials were appointed
to serve during the next conference
year: Local preachers W. H. Richard
son, J. A. Winner, and J. W. K. Young;
exhorters John If. Benton; stewards
J. C. Athey, John,!!. Benton, E. I.
Booraem, E. S. Brashears, W. 8. Curry,
II. A. Hall. H. A. Havens, H. IL Hough,
L. F. Hunt, H. C. James, J. H. Mulr
head. J. L. Nuber. L. T. Robinson, T.
W. Stanton, E. A. Swingle. L. C.
White, F. Van Dyne, and J. R;
Wright; trustees O. M. Bryant. Arthur
Co a sill. J. W. Davis. E. D. Godfrey,
Thomas Humphrey, sr., H. B. Moulton,
F. P. Nasn. c. II. scnooiey, ano o. w;
F. Swartzcll; trier of appeals O. M.
Bryant; recording steward Harry C.
James; district steward J. L. Nuber;
class leadeJy-I. H. Benton, Mrs. W. A.
tor. Mrs. C. I Roach, and W. B.
Rochester; delegates to laymen's asso
ciation E. I. Booream. J. L. Nuber,
and G. W. F. Swartzell.
The subject of the castor s talk at the
Lenten service next Tuesday evening
will be "Forgiveness.1
Christ s Trans-
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fin... n.lMH. lit K ItlA Innl. fl.a TVlllPB.
At Waugh, the Church near the Cap
itol, A. H. Thompson, pastor, extends
a welcome to all strangers. At 11
o'clock there will be reunion commun
ion service, 7:30 o'clock musical ser
vice by vested chair, with brief ad
dress bv the pastor, and exercises of
special fntetrat to strangers.
In Foundry Methodist Episcopal
Church a number of the cadets of Cul
ver Military Academy, Indiana, mem
bers of the Black Horse Troop, will
worship. The theme announced by Rev..
Dr. Wcdderspoon Is "The Claims of the
Rulers and The Ruler." The communion
service Is postponed until March 9. In
the evening the topic Is "The Victims
of Disregarded Warning," n the serlei
on "Tragedy and pathos in the Book of
The married men and their wives,
members of the Bercan Bible Class of
Waugh Methodist Episcopal Church
-pontlv entertained the single men and
their lady friends. The following pro
gram was rendered: Singing, "Bless
Be the Tie That Binds;" orchestra.
Messrs. Glasscock Height. Nash, and
Gilbert; -vocal solo, Walter Buckler;
recitation, Fred Buckler; trio, violin,
piano and drum, Raymond Huntt. Mrs.
Raymond Huntt and Leroy Finagin;
vocal, duet, G. Shelby Ferguson and
Miss Flora Ferguson; orchestra; violin
solo, Raymond Huntt; vocal solo, T. IC
Buchard; amusing remarks the Rev. A.
If. Thompson; recitation, Fred Buck
ler; quartette, "Berean Big Four." Ray
mond Huntt, John C. Gaither. jr., Ray-
mnnn Tints, nnn rrnni hifisr nmr solo.
Giwert: rmmmmnpy Sunday
Mtalu .MBs.Hardy; re-
years of life he was ever going about
dotng eood. making well the sick, com
forting the"veary. making the blind to
see. casting out demons, healing sin
sick souls. And if we follow that great
example of self-sacrificing service of
humanity, we have the rich assurance
that our service of our poor brethren
is a service unto tne king, ror the Mas
ter has said: "Inasmuch as ye have
done It unto one of the least of these,
my brethren, ye have done It unto me."
Willingness To Serve.
Perhaps the first requisite of service
Is willingness. Whoever heard of a suc
cessful army that had to be driven by
main-force into the conflict? Or of an
honor man in a university who didn't
care to study; ur oi a noted atniete
who didn't like to engage In athletic
activities at every opportunity? If wa
are to do service ror tne King, it must
be a willing, glad. Joyous, impetuous
service. The Master wants no half
hearted drones in his vineyard.
Training for Service.
Before an athletic contest ot any
kind, or a football or baseball season,
the coach or manager insists upon a
long period of arduous training. The
successful baseball teahi Is the aggre
gation that has not only good material,
but thorough training. The musician
and the lecturer must train fingers or
voice for many long years before the
public appearances that will win ap
plause and honor. All life Is a training-school,
and he who would win' in
llfe-'s race must be well trained for
his course. Similarly, careful prepara
tion and thorough training are necessi
ties In performing successful service -for
the King. The Sunday school teacher
needs careful, constant training; the
preacher must not only be trained In
the seminary and theological school,
but all through his life he must con
tinue to study and prepare for his
service; the Christian Endeavor officer
or committee chairman will accomplish
far more If he studies the duties of his
office or of his committee and is well
equipped for the particular service that
may be assigned to him.
Constancy In Service.
Another Important factor In service
Is constancy. The Christian who would
really accomplish results must be, one
who is not easily discouraged In well
doing, nor yet one who works in fits
and starts, spasmodically, without
point or direction', but rather one who
alms at a certain goal, determines to
go In and win, and then keeps everlast-
f lngly at the task till ltjs completed.
Consecration for Service.
But more Important than willingness
to serve, preparation for, or constancy
In service, is consecration In service.
"Not my will, but Thine, be done," said
the 'late martyred President before his
great soul went Into God's keeping.
And that Is the spirit that will really
accomplish large results In the work of
winning" souls to the Master a self
sacrificing, consecrated service, doing
the will of Him who bids us work in Mis
vineyard, rather than our own will.
The Christian Endeavorer has in his
pledge two secrets for renewing his
consecration in service: daily prayer
and daily Bible reading. Through the
keeping of these two Important pledge
principles the young Christian, or. In
deed, the servant of years and experi
ence, will find continually a new in
spiration, a constantly renewed conse
cration for the service of Jesus Christ
Since Evangelist Henry F. Lutz has
taken charge of the II Street Christian
Church, in (the southwest. It has put
on new life In all departments. Plans
for a new building have been perfected,
additional ground secured, new by-laws
adopted, new members received and old
ones reclaimed, and at the annual meet
ing, held February 27, the following of
ficers were elected:
President, If. F. Lutz; vice president.
W. G. Overy; clerk, E. M. Pierce; finan
cial secretary, Mrs. Suther; treasurer,
S. A. Suramy; ciders, E. M. Pierce,
W. w. Klce; deacons, c -U. Baiderson,
C Stout Paul speak, v. K. soper, u. J.
Crymes, William G. Kcndrick, J. R.
Payne. L. C. EmBrey.
The pastor will continue his popular
free chart and chalk talks on char
acter study cacn Friday night at the
church during March.
At the morning service he will speak
on "Tho Greatest Business on Earth,"
and in the evening his subject will be.
"Lessons Suggested by the Mexican
Rev. cGorge A. Miller, nastor of the
Ninth Street Christian Church, Ninth
nnd D streets northeast will occupy
his pulpit on Sunday both morning and
evening. The subject of the morning
sermon will be "The Last Command,"
and at night he will continue the series
of sermons on "The Divine Library,"
the special topic being "The Book of
Ezra, the Scribe."
President Chailcs Alexander Rich
mond, D. D., of Union College, Schen
ectady, N. Y.. who is in Washington for
the inauguration, and will attend the
annual banquet of the alumni of Union
College, will preach at the 11 o'clock
service tomorrow at the Universalist
Church of Our Father, Thirteenth and
L streets northwest His subject will
be "The Coming of Christ to the Hu
All inauguration vlsltora who would
enjoy listening to a non-scctarlan ser
mon are cordially invited to tho 3
o'clock Sunday afteinoon service of the
Washington Temple Congregation in
New Masonic Temple, New York ave
nuo and Thirteenth street northwest,
tomorrow, according to announcement
made by Brig. Gen. William P. Hall,
J. T. D. Pyles, and Eliot Thomson, coin
poslnsr the business comniittee of tho
EvangcllFt G. B. Raynund, of the
People's Pulpit Association of New
York, who has many frieids In the
National Caplial, gained during his pre
vious visits to Washington to address
the lecal congregation, will be the
speaker at the meeting tomorrow after
noon, taking for his subject "The Oath
The previous meetings conducted by
Mr. -Raymond for tho Washington Tem
ple Congxe3n"on hava-bin largely at
tended and this fact combined v.lth the
further one that many of the Inaugural
visitors will corrai out to hear his dis
cussion ot a biblical topic of such wide
interest as he has selected will mean
that the capacity of the big auditorium
VOL bi UMSL, . .
Theoretically most people believe in
a Supreme Intelligence, which governs
the universe. It is a theory that Chris-,
tlan Science reduces to practice. It re
pudiates the assumption, so prevalent
in every-day affairs, that chance plays
an Important part In the affairs of men
and that evil rather than good is su
preme. It maintains that everything
that is real Is part of God's creation,,
and that there are no ."misfits" In that
creation. It harmonizes religion and
science, and proves that religion can
he scientmc and mat science canvuo
religious. It is a scientmc way of nas
tenlng the mlllenlum.
The following musical numbers will
be rendered' at the First Congregational
Church on Sunday: At the morning
service: Organ prelude, "Cavatlna," by
Raff; anthems; "Gloria." From Twelfth
Mass, by Mosart;- "Holy. Holy," by
Stewart; offertory, quartet "Crossing
tne Bar," by Houseiey; organ posuuae.
Allegro Moderate 'from First Sonata,
by Mendelssohn. At the evening serv
ice: Organ prelude. Communion In G,
bv Batiste: anthems: "What Are
These?" by Stainer; "I Waited for the
Lorav'-oy-Menaeissonn: organ posuuae,
March in a nat DycnuDerL
All Souls' Church, Fourteenth and L
streets, announces a special evening
service for Sunday. The minister. Dr.
Ulysses G. B. Pierce, will preach, the
subject being "Jonah The Man Who
Tried-to Run Away From Himself."
There will be music by the quartet
choir. The service is at 8 o'clock. The
public Is Invited, .especially strangers
in tne city. .
A special service for parents and
their children has .been, arranged for
Sunday morning at Christ Lutheran-
cnurcn. Tne pastor, tne Rev. J. Fred
eric Wenchel. will deliver a sermon on
the Fourth Commandment "TRy shalt
honor thy father and thy mother."
On Sunday evening, March 2, at S
o'clock, the full male choir of St
John's Church, O and Potomac streets.
Georgetown, will render Maunder's
sacred cantata, "Penitence, Pardon,
and Peace," under direction of Percy
Chase Miller, organist and choirmaster.
The text of the series of Lenten
organ recitals at this church will be
given on Monday, March 10. at 4:15 p.
m. by G. Thompson Williams, of St
Michael and all Angels' Church, Bal
timore. Master Frank Haneke. soprano
soloist of St John's choir, will assist
fH ST. CHRISTIAN.
H ST. NEAR 4V4 8. W.-ErannUUt Henry
F. Lutz. pastor. Preaching-, 11 a. m. and
7:i p. m. Bible school. :) a. ra.
NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN
ITH AND D STREETS N. E.
REV. GEO. A. MILLER, PASTOR.
Preaching 11 a. in.. 7:5 p. m.. by pastor.
Sunday school. .0 a. m. -
VERMONT AVE. CHRISTIAN
VERMONT AVE. ABOVE N N. IV.
REV. EARLE WILFLET, LL. D.. Pastor.
Morn In service, II, "What Has Btcome of
the Infldtl?" Erentng- service, 7:30. 'Th
Soul's Isolation." Bible school. 9.30 a. m.
C. E .) p. m. Reception to vliltors at
close of morning- aervlca.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
PYTHIAN TEMPLE. 1012 JTH ST. N. W.
The Disciples meet on the first day of the
wk (Lord Day) to break brc4. 10: JO a. m.
All are welcome, i
1KTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
ltth and D 8treu S. B.
Rev. CLIFTON S. EHLERS, Pastor.
Bible School. 9.30; Preacblns. 11 and 3.
Y. W. C. A.
Y. W. C. A.
Sunday afternoon vesper iervlce at St.
Paul's Lutheran Church, corner 11th and H
t., 4 p. m. Speaker. Mlu Louise Holmqulst
Soloist. Miy. Helen Donohue De Yo; violinist.
Miss Roberta Z. Allen. All women Invited.
Washington Temple Congregation.
WASHINGTON TEMPLE CONGREGATION.
Free Bible Lectures on topics of the Hour
tiery Sunday at S p. m.. In New Masonic
Temple. New York ave. and 13th st. Evan
gelist u. B Rajmond will preach tomorrow
ine Lrain-uouna uovenant,
Divine Science Center.
MRS. FIELD'S CLASS MEETS EVERT
Wednesday, at 2 P. M., at 1746 S St
N. W. All are welcome.
The People's Church.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH.
STUDIO HALL, 1210 CONN. AVE.
Services at 11 a. m . Miss It J. Hlfton will
speak on "Equal SuRrage and Woman's
Economic Welfare." A cordial lnltatlon Is
330 PA. AVE. N. W.
Offices In charge ot Adjt. L. M. Braalsr.
Each etenlng. S o'clock, except Monday.
16TH AND CORCORAN STS. N. W.
The Rev. FRANK SBWALL, D. D . Pastor.
will preach at 11 a. m Sunday school 9.45.
7:S0 p m THE REV.
JULIAN K. SMYTH,
of Now York City, will dlscusv from New
Church ground: .
"Have We Definite Knowledge of the
Future Life! Is the Bible Verbally In
spired. Who Was Jesus Christ."
All are welcome. Church library open dally
J to 5 p. m. Sncdenborg's writings for loan
ORIENTAL ESOTERIC SOCIETY
H4J Q STREET N. W.
Open lecture, Sunday, 3:15 p. m. by Presi
dent: "COLORS AND THEIR CHARAC
TERISTICS." Clssses at Headquarters
Wednesday s p m , "1J113 TAKUT OF THE
EOYPTIANS" (fle lessons). Friday, 8 p. m .
"Fle Lvssona In HEALING BY THE RE
MOVAL OF ABTRAL IMPRESSIONS."
Monday, 8 p. m . at 3123 Wyoming atenue.
"FIVE LESSONS IN ASTROLOGY." Pull
particulars from secretary.
Seventh Day Advcntists.
MEMORIAL S. D. A. CHURCH,
mo lmi st. n. w.
SUNDAY EVENING. MARCH 2. 7.3.
Av Stereoptlcon Visit tn Forelsn Mission
All Welooaa. -.
EASTERN. HD. AVE. AND CTH ST. N. X.
Church serrlcM It a. m. and T.ii p. m.
Sermons by Rev. Alfred E. Barrow. Faster.
Sdndar-Khool. JO. CUsses for all agw.
Men's Hlble Clan. :4S . m. VUltors es
pecially welcome. Christian Endeavor. :14
HON. RICHMOND P. HOBSON.
The "Hero of the Merrlmae," will address
Men's Bible Clan ot the Eastern Presby
terian Sunday School ffunday morolnar. :45
o'clock. All men urgently Invited. Visitors
especially welcome. -
Westminster Church Memorial,
7th st. S. W. near E. Rev.' T. E. Davis.
Pastor. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub
ject. "The Commonplace In Life." Evening
service at 7:4S. Subject "Woman's Sphere."
SIXTH-PRESBYTERIAN. Sth and C sta, N.
W. Arthur Willis Spooner. pastor. Services
11 a. ra. and 7:46 p.- m. Moraine theme.
"America the World Wonder." Evening, "To
Every Man His Work," Vetted choir. All
FIRST THE STRANGER'S SABBATH
HOME. " John Marshall pi. N. W.DoasId
C. MacLeod, minister. 9:9 a. m.. Sunday
school and adolt Bible classes. 11 a, m..
administration of the Lord's Supper. 7:5
p. ra., musical" service by the choir. AH are
NORTH CAP.. FLA.-. AVE. AND Q ST.
REV. H. E. BRUNDAOB D. D. ,
Service: 11 a. m.: aablect. "In the School
of Christ." 7:30 p. m.. "The Divinity of
14th AND R STS. N. W.
C. EVEREST GRANGER. D. D.
Public worahlD. 11 a. m. Sermon br Dr.
Granger. Soloist Was Rlalo. Popular ser
vice. S p. m. Stereoptlcon lecture. "Cathe
drals of Europe." by Mr. Daniel M. Greene.
CHUKCH OF THE COVENANT,
Conn. Ave., N and 18th Sta.
ntAPTCTR WOOD, MlnUter.
BERXARD O. BRA8KAMP. Minister's Aast
HARRY 'BARBltORE ANGUS.
Minister ot Peck Chapet
11:00 a. m. Sermon bv the minister.
Musical service, led by double sextet from
3:15 tn 4 o'clock.
4:00 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Mark Allison
jsanxiewa. u. u.. moderator m ib
I.-00 d. m. Sermon bv the minister: subject
, 'The crucifixion." Fifth special
monthly musical service.
Er-Milns- choir of lflO voices. Svdnev Uord
Wrlghtson. director; Harvey Mur
Sunday school at :4i a. m.
Christian Endeavor meetinct :4 D. m.
Thursday evening; at S. midweek service.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH;
COR. 10TH O STS. N. W.
Rev. SAMCEI. H. WOODROW. D.D.. Paster
Rev. LewU E. poraum. Assistant raster.
11 a. m.. pnbUo worship with sermon' by
pastor: subject "FRIGHTENED CHRIS
TIANS.' Music by tne quartet ana cnoras
choir. t-M a. m., Sunday school: f : p. m.. Y.
p 8. c E. I p. m.. isvtninc service -wim
lecture by the pastor: subject. "JESUS,
THE BREAD OP UFE."
ITH AND P- STREETS IT. W.
REV. A.-.C GARNER. Pastor.
11 o'clock., preaehlna- and public worship .b3V - . -.- ,..,, ,. - ,. . . w
le pastor. 3 o'clock and address by Mr. I wE?nJ?3ZJi tlB "iij
Ella Shepherd Moore, ot Nashville. Tenn.
Good music pueuo welcome.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH,
Service. Sunday rooming- at 11 o'clock, at
Rauschers, cor. Connecticut ava. aad. L
at: N. W. Subject of lecture by BISHOP
OLIVER C basin.. "The omnipotence ot
Good." Hall commodious, aorroundlnja ele-
gant: seats tree; all invited.
NATIONAL NEW THOUGHT
MISS EMMA GRAY and DR. GEORGE
BICKER (nraetitloners for twenty-Ate
years) receive patients week days. Meet
ins, daily at noon. Wednesdays at t p. m.
Children. Saturdays, 10:30 a. m. Loan and
Trust Bid. Public Invited.
NEW THOUGHT CENTER.
THE CECIL. lth and-L. Apt 405. Sunday
meeting-at 4 p. ra. Subject "The Divine
Mother." by Clara Bewick Colby. Lessons la
Truth and HeaJlnrand treatment slven upon
application to Mrs. F. W, Day. Public In
FIRST CHURCH OF -CHRIST,
Columbia Road. Euclid and Cbamplatn Sta.
services: Sunday, u a. .m. ana s p. m.
Subject "Christ Jesus." Sunday school U.S.
m. Wednesday evening meeting-. 3p. m.
Public cordially Invited. Heading- room 681
MlSS VAN VOAST will teach Sunday at 4
p. m. Topic. "Building Your Kingdom."
Wednesday, 11 a. m.. "Questions." Friday. 8
p m . "Uittst Revelation ot Science." 1K3
Clifton st. AH welcome.
GOSPEL MISSION a4-Jl 4H st (John Mar
shall pla;e). Great rally of Mission Work
ers and Converts tonight. Sidney Whlttemor.
esq , of New York, will' speak Sunday night
3 o'olock. Gospel services every night. 7:30.
THE SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE LEAOUE
will meet at CO M St. Sunday. 8 p. m. Rev.
Susanna Harris. Rev. Sarah Woodruff. Lec
tures and Masagea. AH are welcome.
MRS. FIELD will speak every Sunday at
11 a. m. at The Iroquois. Apt SOS, 1410 M
st N. W. All are welcome.
WASHINGTON ECCLESIA. Naval Lode
IlalL 330 Pa. ave. 8. E. Sun- 11:30 a. no.
The People's Church.
(43 LOUISIANA AVENUE N. W. Near cor.
7th. Services every Sunday night at 7:50.
Rev. G. J. S. HUNNICUTT. Pastor.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS AS
SOCIATION class meets for study at 7:30
p. m , Sundays. Old Masonic 'lempie. sin
and F sts. All welcome no collections.
HALL MISSION. 822 LA. AVE. N. W.
Evangelistic service for the promotion ot
Scriptural holiness every Sunday at 2.30
p. m. P. HACL LUTTRELL. Pastor.
Church of the Nazarene,
GRACE CHURCH. 4J7 M STREET S. W.
Preachlnif. 11 a. m.. Rev. R. II. Clark,
of Va. Speakers at 7:30 p. m.. Rev. J. T.
Upchurch and wife, of Texas. Rev. If. G.
PENTECOSTAL-D st N.W., bet. 3d and 4th.
H. D. HOSLEY. Pastor.
Sen Ices: 11 and 7:30. Sundays.
Tuesdays .and Thursdays. 7:20 p. m.
THE SECULAR LEAGUE.
"The Gusrdls'ns of "Jberty" Admiral
Geornt W. Rslrd. Rev. Samuel 8. Laws, at
3 p. m.. Pythian Temple. 1012 9th at N. W. I
Prelude. poema-BaaM free. I
TV II 1
CHURCH oriHE EPIPHANY,
G STREET, NEAK.14TH.
Rev. Randolph Harriaoa McKia, D. IX,
. kcv. TBomaa HBbcft-Jeaes. assistant sn
later. Holy Communion, s and 11 a. ra.
Service aad Sermon. U a. m.
8TRAVGERS WELCOME. The Rector
Service and Instruction; 4 p m.
Service and Sermon, S p. ra.. at. which
time the Rector will preaen.on, "SHOUU
THE .NAME OF" TH CHURCH BB
CHANGED?" nptyrar-to the recast lector
of the Rev. Elliot Whit.
..on Friday, March T, at I p. ra.. the Rector
will aire a lecture-on hla recast visit to
in mnama uanai zone in Epiphany Pariah
f AND A STS. 8. W.
REV. a R. STETSON,, SSCTOB.
SERVICES. 7J6. It AND S.
ST. ANDREWS CHURCH
UTH AND CORCORAN STS. N. W.
. REV. 3. 3. DIMON. Rector.
Services: 3:00 Holy Communion.
:IS Sunday School.
11:00 Utaar and Halv'Cammnnlon.
3:00 Breams; Service aad Serraoa.
Church of the Good Shepherd.
SIXTH AND I STS. N. E.
REV. C. 8. ABBOTT. VKAB,
SAINT JAMES CHURCH,
ITH STj. NEAR C ST. N. E.
SIRVICHB. SONDAT. Tdt. &M aad U a.
to.. SM and 7:4t p. ra.
Other 'ava 1 aad a. ra. sad T bl aa.
The preeoher at 11 a. ra. -aad 1 p. sa-k
Rev. Father Plaid. 8. a J. B.
OLD ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
CrV Aaw wfe f fc a SsrT CsViSv
RBV. WREDERICK B. HOWDEN. Rector.
Sunday 7:, 11 : a. ra.. aad 3 p. ra.
wwt gay uaiiy at, p. m.
ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH,
ltth St. Between Cot Road aad Irvtec.
RET. GEORGE P. DUDLEY. Rector.
REV. WILLIAM OSCAR BOOKS. Asa.
Sendees Sueday, 1M. MS. aad U a. sa.
s 9. m.- Twinissy. sas a. ra.- -i-
Bevv Caarleavl. Edwards, vtaar.
uaaaya. u. a. ra.. s . m.:
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
1CTH AND H STSL N. W.
ISEV. ROLAND COTTON SMITH. D D.
REV. EDWARD SLATER DTJNLAP. A. M.
REV. GEORGE WILLIAMSON SMITH. D. D.
Tuesday and Friday, 4:46, Evening- Prayer
and address. -
Wednesday and Friday, Litany and Peni
tential at noon.
Thursday, Holy Communion, at noon.
Sunday School. 9:45 a. m.
Bethlehem Chapet Mt St Alban. D. C.
Holy Communion. 7:30 a. m.
Morning- prayer and Litany. a. ra.
Holy Communion and sermon, preacher.
Canon Williams. 11 a. m. ,
Choral evensong- and sermon, preacher, the
Rev. Arthur 8J Johns, rector oC Christ
Church. Washington. 4 p. m.
3rd AND C STS. N. W.
REV. G. W. VAN FQS8EN. Rector.
Sunday, 7:30 (S. S. JO). 11 a. m.. 8 p. xa.
The rector preaches at 11 and S. Dally. 7:30
a m.. 1245, S p. m.; Wednesday and Friday.'
8 p. m. Strangers cordially welcome.
THE NATrVITY. Hth and A S. E. 7:30. IV
s. wea., ?:ia. f. 7.w; xnurs.. 10; FW-,
10. 70. TbeJtesurrectlon, 13th and G N. E..
3:30, 4. 7:30. Thursday 8 p. m. Friday. 4.
The Lenten services are on the week days.
FOUNDRY 16th and -Church Sts.
Rev. W. R. Wedderspoon. D.D.. Pastor.
9.30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a, m. "The Claims of the Rulers and
7 p. m. Epworth League.
S p. m. "Victims of Disregarded Warning."
Fourth In series on "Tragedy and Pathos In
the Book of Books." Quartet Choir, assisted
bv Chorus Choir at evening service. -
Corner of John Marshall place and C st
N. W. James Shera Montgomery, minister.
Mornlnc services at 11 o'clock, with sermon
by tho pastor; subject. "The Glory of the
Second Mlle'v Epworth League devotional
service at (:I5. At 3 o'clock Dr. Montgomery
will deliver a Dre-lnaucural address on the
subject "The American Republic" A. hoa-
piianie invitation extended to tne people gan
erally. Free seata and patriotic music
MASS. AVE. NEAR STH ST. N. W.
L. MORGAN CHAMBERS, Minister.
11 a. m. and 3 p. m., S-Tnons by the
NINTH AND S
S. Townsend Weaver
11 o'clock. "JESUS
O O N D E M N E D."
R o'clock. "GOD'S
AMERICA" (Inaugural study), and "PIL
GRIMS PROGRESS FROM EARTH TO
HEAVEN." Illustrations de luxe. Master
plece series. Everybody Invited.
Methodist Episcopal South.
MOUNT VERNON PLACE
STH AND K STS. N. W.
REV. E. V. REGESTER. Paster.
Preaching services. It a. m. and S p. m.
By the Pastor.
Sunday school. 3.30 a. m.
Epworth League, 7.00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday, S p. ra.
FIRST, US 4th St S. .
RBV. W. A. MELVTN. PASTOR.
11 a. m.. a p. m. S. 8.. 9.30. C E.. 7.
N. C. AVE. Sth and N C Ava S. E.
REV. N. O. GIBSON. PASTOR.
11 a. m., S p. ra. S. a. 3:30. C El. 7.
RD I8L. AVE.. R. L Ave. and Ut St N. W.
REV. FRANK T. BENSON. PASTOR.
11 a. m.. Sam. 3. S.. :SB. C E T.
MT. TABOR, 35th and Wis. Ave N. W.
CV. J. A DCUVUWIUI4U, rAOlUlf,
11 a. m.. S D. m. S. 8.. 9.30. C. E T.
PARK ROAD. Near Hth St N. W.
KEV. U. yM. UAI1UK. PASTOR.
11 a. in.. S p. m. S. S.. 3.30. C E.. 7.
CONGRESS ST.. 1Z3S 31st St N. W.
REV. E. D 'STONE. PASTOR.
11 a. a.. 3 p. m. 8.8 M. c &. 7.
Wt you. hmr ErtufUtl
n , m iTHAim
SPlfPAY, S P. M.
.A Cerdtal Ibi.IsjMsi am. XmCiuTuti,
METROFOLTTAN BAPTIST CHURCH.
SIXTH AND A STB. N. X.
JOHN COMPTON BAU PASTOR.
11 a, m.
"The Christian and Hki Prtv8eeV
. ': P. ra. . .
"The Important Iaalrfekwl TrmiiTinr
tkm." Baptism at the Bveatac Wssufce
INAUGURAL VISITORS WE&00XE.
Treatment of Women." 'rt
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH;
RBVV W. W. McMASTER. MHUMe,
Berraon, 11 a. ra.. "Aa Asatal to Thtnor"
B. afcsi ; - J rSPi.01" Ceastarieei"
.".i- f1 ; -: G K.. 7 p. m.
, ja-CootraIto solo. MIsa Auajua HIH.
SSSJSL1" : 3S Quartet:
WUkW ill FSZi.CS-LV5S
j,aood; (by reawat) "Lavky
TkeCbartft near the CAlTTOIj wltfe a 1ISL
. "for . WACGBV-Maad
L2: . . -Ttwnpwsv Paster, id.
"2' .- ainrorta. leacao: H a.
?i SBfaton ""k wKa tf.adrser
10. apedal rauajcal faoanra by-reated enelr.
Spencer ptnknam, Paetae.
aaaal In tk -- rr..
II a. ra.. Wlsseiit Are tae
3 p. m.. "OurDally Bread.1
E-r Mas Swera. teOa: "Why Waaktactoa
Folks Are Controlled." S p. ra. Swem's
senan snag, ll a. m, "Tae Qoaf of am-
etade." Centennial Bast Ol. atk aad w
sta. N. E.
- MISS MARYjOUVER
THE YOUNG EVANGELIST- OP
wHl "be-present to ales-' to the enftmnanlmimt
of her. guitar, and to talk. "
SUNDAY NIGHT; MARCH 2ND,
'in -the aodttorlara of the
CENTRAL- UNION MISSION,
tSZLe, ave..N. W. Soloist:
MISS EMILY PROCTOR
MR. GEO. H. HARRELL
wm lead the Intfnc
CLARENCE A. BARBOtTR. of tlu Tnlr.
national Y. M. C. A. Oonunlttee, wffl raaka
an evangelist address at
tomorrow on "Winning- Out" Address Is
preceded by orchestral concert Kenneth W.
Ogden. soloist Concert begins at 3:3.
FREE'TO ALL MEN
Boys under 16 not .admitted. Cards of ad
mission may be obtained, from T. M. C. A..
173f G st -N. W.. or the various luaeh rooms.
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Ue.1V JERSEY AVE.. NEAR U ST.
REV. J. FREDERIC WENCHEL, Paster.
Services 11 a. nL and 7:30 p. m. .
Lenten Service Thursday. 7:30 p. n
We welcome yon.
GRACE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN
CHURCH. 13th and Corcoran sta. N. W.
Rev. J. E. A. Doarmann. Pastor. Preach
ing by the pastor. 11 a. m. aad 7JD p. m.
Sunday School, 9 JO a. m. Midweek Service.
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. 745 Park rosd-C. H.
BUTLER. Pastor. Services. 11 aad. 739.
Eventnjr Topic. "Jesus, the Good Samari
tan." Illustrated with, lantern slides. Class
In Catechism. 7 p. m. Sunday School, :S0
a. m. s
UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH.
N. CAPITOL AND R STS. St W.
Sunday School. 9:30 a. m.
Preaching. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
REV. CHA3. X. FULTi Pastor.
THE WASmXOTON LODGEL
The Germanla, "Third and B Mm. S. B.
Sunday evening. 8 o'clock. Question
meeting. All are Invited to attend.
"QUESTION MEETING" Sunday. 11 a. m.,
at 413 Corcoran Building, corner 15th and r
sts. l-ubllc Invited to ask questions upon
life's problems. Free class for the discussion
of TheoMphv Wednesdays at g'p. m.
HOL SPIRITUAL CHURCH
md door. Pythian Tamnla. T-la.
Sunday evening (take elevator), subject:
u Alter t-eam.- oy Ajtrea Terry, apint
messages by Madeline Curtain.
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER,
13TH AND L STS. N. W.
REV. JOHN VAN SCHAICK. D. D.. Pastor.
--11 a. m., sermon by Rev. Charles Alex,
tady. N. Y.: subject "The Coming; of Christ
to the Human Heart" 9:43 a. m.. Sunday
school- 11 a. m.. kindergarten. 7 p. m..
Y. P. C. U.
ALL SOULS' CHURCH,
14th and-L sta.. announces a sneelal avenlne
service for Sunday. The minister. Dr.
Ulyssea G. B. Pierce, will preach, the subject
being: "Jonah, the Mv Who Tried to Run
Away From Himself." There wULbe muala
by the quartet choir. The service Is at S
o'clock. The DUbllc. la Invited. aanerfaJlv
atraatsn la tae city. .
t-a rf, ..i. . f ! - -
L?"&W&1'J' ' y$4r& la-SisS